The Last Pair of Lifting Straps You’ll Ever Need – Guaranteed. Instantly Lift More Weight and Build More Muscle with Anvil Fitness Neoprene Padded Weightlifting Wrist Straps.

Anvil Fitness premium lifting straps for bodybuilding and weightlifting.

Lifting straps are ideal for powerlifting, pull ups, rows with free weights or cables, barbell, dumbell or kettlebell work. These wrist support grip straps are premium quality and will last many years of hard gym use. Compare to Schiek, Altus, Inzer wrist lifting straps.

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“Excellent strap. I have been using straps for a long time. These straps are well made and will last for a long while. Excellent product!!” – Chad S

“I have been an active weight lifter since @ 1983. I have used a lot of different lifting accessories over the years and have seen a lot good and crappy products/companies. Same with supplements but that’s another story. Anyway, my old pair of straps finally wore out. I have used straps for ALL of my back workouts since I discovered them 25 years ago. Once you develop any level of strength, your grip and forearm muscles simply cannot keep up with the strength in your back muscles. That lack of parity between the two groups of muscles HIGHLY limits you ability to work the back muscles to the degree you need to stimulate any form of growth. I can safely say these are as good as any I have ever used. The padding on the wrist area provides a lot more comfort than I expected and does NOT get in the way of an easy wrap. I can also state that at list price this is still an excellent value. I plan to try their men’s lifting gloves as my next purchase if the quality and value are both there as they are in these straps.” – SB

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Athletic Body in 90 Days With Calisthenics: No need for a gym. This book has programs for the beginners, intermediate, and advanced. For guys and girls. For the young and the old.

Get an athletic body in only 90 days with calisthenics aka body weight exercises. This book has programs for the beginners, intermediate, and advanced. For guys and girls. For the young and the old. Calisthenics exercises for beginners, intermediate, and advanced, how many sets and reps to do, how often to work out, it is all in the book. The book is short, it has an introduction to calisthenics, why calisthenics will get you an athletic body in 90 days, and 3 programs in full detail.

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101 Workouts For Women: Everything You Need to Get a Lean, Strong, and Fit Physique

Muscle & Fitness Hers magazine has provided a program of rapid-fire core workouts for those seeking to “get moving” on a weight-training fitness program or for those who wish to expand, freshen-up, and enhance their workout regimen. There are 101 photo-illustrated workouts that allow enthusiasts the opportunity to glance at the photo during a workout to check their faithful following of the routine. Whether a novice or an experienced weight trainer, the chapters offer different programs for levels of progress as well as a guide to designing personalized workout systems. Moreover, fitness and well-being are considered with a presentation on cardio primer and a feature on basic fitness nutrition as well. 101 Workouts For Women provides a complete one-stop get-fit package for fitness enthusiasts.

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How Much Post-Workout Protein Do You Really Need?

Protein is essential for maintaining and building muscle, but you don’t need to gulp down a carton of raw eggs like Rocky to get the maximum benefit. Consuming 20 grams of protein after your workout should do the trick, report British researchers.

In the study, 48 men ingested zero, 10, 20, or 40 grams of protein immediately after a strength workout. The 20-gram and 40-gram doses more effectively stimulated muscle protein synthesis—the process that helps promote the muscle repair and growth after exercise—in participants than the lower amounts. However, the 40-gram dose didn’t produce any added benefit.

When it comes to choosing your 20-gram protein source, pick whey, a fast-digesting protein found in milk. The reason: “Whey is a rich source of leucine, an amino acid that activates protein synthesis,” says Alan Aragon, M.S. It contains 10 percent leucine while other animal-based proteins have as little as 5 percent. And while the majority of your diet should consist of whole foods, whey powder is an easy and inexpensive way to make sure you’re getting enough protein on a daily basis, Aragon says. (Find the best whey powder for you.)

Other whey options include 1.5 cups of low-fat yogurt or 2.5 cups of skim milk, both of which can be added to smoothies. If you feel like cooking, grill up some chicken or salmon. To get the recommended 20 grams, the serving size should be about the measurements of a deck of cards.

So do you need to gnaw on chicken immediately after your last rep? Not necessarily. “Muscle remains responsive to protein for a least 24 hours after exercising,” says study author Oliver Witard, Ph.D, lecturer in health and exercise sciences at the University of Stirling in Scotland. Although the effect is higher immediately after exercise and decreases over time, it doesn’t mean the opening for protein intake closes after an hour, he says. In fact, Canadian researchers found that 20 grams of protein every three hours four times a day was better at helping men build lean body mass than eating smaller amounts more often (10 grams of protein eight times a day) or larger amounts less frequently (40 grams of protein twice a day).

But don’t drive yourself crazy trying to synchronize your meals to a clock, advises Aragon. For the average active guy, eating protein after a workout won’t matter if you don’t meet other nutritional needs throughout the day, says Aragon. When it comes to building muscle and losing weight, the most important factors are consistent workouts and well-rounded meals that include protein.

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